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Post by NACAMSStaff on Mon Mar 14, 2011 10:23 am

The focus of kinesiology, in general, is to help people move and function in the best possible way for optimal health and wellness. Therefore, it seems odd to ever think a kinesiologist would need to worry about having the protective coverage of liability insurance. However, upon a closer look, it is easy to see why kinesiologists join the ranks of nearly every other kind of business that provides services, in person, to members of the public.

The first and most basic reason a kinesiologist might enroll in a kinesiologist liability insurance program is because, in many places, it is required before one can begin practicing. When you think about it, kinesiologists are focused on working to help people who have issues with proper movement, so the chances of one of these slips, trips or falls seems to rise within this client population. Therefore, possessing kinesiologist liability insurance seems worth it for the general liability coverage alone. Other protective services that usually come with kinesiologist liability insurance include malpractice liability insurance and product liability insurance. These two components of coverage are there to protect a kinesiologist in case one of his or her clients claims damage or injury due to lack of competence or skill or due to a product used during the kinesiology session.

If you find the right kinesiologist liability insurance, you may be able to secure reimbursement coverage for lost or stolen equipment, protection in case the space you rent for practice incurs accidental damage, and even identity protection coverage. Do your homework, and make the best choice for your kinesiologist liability insurance. You will be glad to have the coverage.

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